The safety of our clients is at the top of our priority list at Threat Management Training.  We pride ourselves in creating a safe training environment so that the students can focus on their education in the art of self defense.  Our goal is to maximize your learning experience and provide you with the finest training available, enabling you to leave our program with the knowledge that will help you to survive a lethal force encounter if necessary.

All safety rules will be strictly enforced.  A safety violation will result in the student being removed from the firing line, but he/she may continue to observe the remainder of the days activities.

All students are required to wear eye protection, hearing protection (ear muff type is preferred) and a billed hat.  TMT will provide any or all of this equipment if the student does not have their own.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

A rigid strong side holster (IWB or OWB) with a covered trigger guard is required for all handgun programs.  Your holster should allow you to holster your firearm with one hand so should have some type of reinforced top opening.  Shoulder holsters, cross draw holsters, small of the back holsters, appendix carry holsters, ankle holsters or any other type of holster is not permitted.  If the student has a physical disability or limited range of movement problem we will take this into consideration regarding holster selection.  Please call us at 208-376-9506 to discuss this situation.

It is best if you have your own firearm for the BASIC HANDGUN SKILLS or DEFENSIVE HANDGUN programs, but since these are introductory classes TMT does have firearms available to rent for a nominal fee.  Please discuss this with us when you call to register if your require this option.

TMT requires a valid state issued Concealed Weapons Permit or police background check for all programs beyond BASIC HANDGUN SKILLS.

TMT requires a non-refundable $75.00 deposit to register for our classes.  Our classes are kept small and your deposit ensures your place on our schedule.  We prefer to keep our classes small (1-3 students) to ensure that our students receive as much one-on-one attention/instruction as possible.